Alien sex: 19 tales by the masters of science fiction and dark fantasy

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Dutton, 1990 - Fiction - 251 pages
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This is the first Science Fiction anthology to deal with everybody's favorite subject: SEX. The very best SF writers tackle such intriguing issues as sex by telepathy, death by orgasm, the pickup scene on other planets, and what happens when one falls in love with an alien.

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Review: Alien Sex: 19 Tales by the Masters of Science Fiction and Dark Fantasy

User Review  - Ghilimei - Goodreads

Disappointing, definitely not as cool as I expected it to be; I think some of the stories are just plain awful and I say this trying not to offend anybody who might have liked them. To me, most of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Benjamin - Goodreads

For a 24 year old book with a terrible title, this had some of the most intriguing and entertaining short stories that address the concept of alien sex and all related topics ranging from serious to ... Read full review

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
WAR BRIDE RICK WILBER
23
THE JAMESBURG INCUBUS SCOTT BAKER
43
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Datlow was the fiction editor of Omni magazine and Omni Online, and edited the ten associated anthologies. She has edited the Year's Best Fantasy and Horror series, and also edited numerous original science fiction, fantasy, and horror anthologies solo, or with Terri Windling. She was editor of the webzine Event Horizon: Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror, and was the editor of Sci Fiction. Datlow won the Hugo Award for Best Professional Editor twice, has received two Bram Stoker Awards, eight World Fantasy Awards, three Locus Awards for Best Editor, the Shirley Jackson Award, and has twice led the Science Fiction Chronicle reader's poll.

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